John Cena puts over Austin Theory, tells him to never apologize

United States champion Austin Theory dissed a John Cena fan at a non-televised event this weekend, uploaded the video on his Twitter, and then wished John Cena a happy birthday.

Theory saw the very young ringside fan wearing John Cena gear booing him and went next to him, lifted the United States title and said, “Boo! That makes me better than John Cena,” pointing at the title. The little kid then continued to boo as Theory walked away.

Uploading the video on his Twitter and tagging Cena, Theory wished him happy birthday and said “Sorry I’m a better U.S champ than you…”

Cena took note of the tweet and even replied to Theory.

“Everyone understands that you have far more talent, strength, and gifts than I ever had. Don’t apologize for that. Ever,” Cena responded. “An apology should come 20 years from now if you fail to provide the EFFORT needed to turn your potential into your legacy. I hope that day never comes.”

There are rumors that Theory is in line for a big push as he’s a favorite of Vince McMahon.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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